For students under the High Support Programme
Students learn to play musical instruments, participate in wheelchair dancing and watch musicals to be inspired as well as gather ideas for different dances.
The club aims to support fine and gross motor development as well as stimulate attention, cooperation, sensory processing, visual skills, speech and language development, and impulse control.
Through the dance segment, students develop creativity and self-expression, while rhythm helps them establish the connection between sound and the vibration of movement.
- Develop motor skills
- Develop social skills
- Develop attention skills
- Develop listening skills
- Students should able to benefit from stimulation from auditory and kinesthetic inputs
- Students with motor disabilities can be assisted hand-over-hand to participate in the activities